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Keith Gray October 29, 2002 12:35

Source for NASA codes
 
Anyone have a source to go to for obtaining NASA codes, since COSMIC no longer exists?

zhang October 29, 2002 14:23

Re: Source for NASA codes
 
I wanna know it too!

Jonas Larsson October 29, 2002 17:34

Re: Source for NASA codes
 
I think that all the COSMIC stuff now is available from Open Channel Foundation - there is a link to OCF in the /Resources/Software/Commercial section at CFD Online.

Anthony Iannetti October 31, 2002 20:01

Re: Source for NASA codes
 
NASA, in general, does distribute its newest computational programs. You have to go to the source (person that wrote the code) to get it. For the international and academic community, many of these codes are restricted to US (owned and located) companies (not Universities or Individuals). Source code is restricted in most cases. I hope this helps. (I cannot speak for NASA, only the NASA Administrator can do this. I am only interpreting current policy.)

shipgod63 July 31, 2010 08:02

Vof
 
would you please send me nasa report?

Amiragha72 August 2, 2010 04:08

@shipdog63
Hi, can you send NASA VOF 3D to my e-mail?
amiragha72@yahoo.com
thank you


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